Advanced Water Rescue Manikin
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- Manikin simulates a drowning victim hyper-realistically
- Specially designed for water rescues. From start point of rescue, right to resuscitation
- Suited for practicing basic resuscitation techniques and chest compression
- Suited for training intubation techniques
- Can float and sink, depending on additional weight
- Simulate both dry and wet lung drowning
- The 3-way tube can provide a simulation of foaming in the victim’s mouth
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An exciting collaboration between medical simulation experts Lifecast Body Simulation and rescue training manikin manufacturers Ruth Lee allows us to introduce a world-first for water rescue training – the Advanced Water Rescue Manikin.
We want to see a world where appropriate clinical care can be practised in an environment where it will take place for real. That means medical stabilisation at height, in confined spaces, and both "in" and "on" water.
Unlike anything else available to rescue teams, this manikin will allow you to accurately simulate the rescue of a drowning victim from the water and then continue with essential medical care once it is pulled into your boat or onto dry land. This lets both rescuers and medical practitioners train more effectively and more quickly, under pressure and in hostile conditions.
The rugged Ruth Lee outer body aids buoyancy in all waters, whether open waters, pools, lakes and rivers. It will float in a drowned position for ultra-realistic rescues.
The torso of the manikin is an ultra-realistic male form, with all anatomical features you’d expect from a medical simulation manikin for airway management skills. It can be bagged, intubated and simulate a variety of drowning rescue and resuscitation scenarios - a world-first for water rescue training.
Features & benefits
- A high-tech drowning torso from Lifecast for ultra-realistic medical skills training.
- Specialist technology replicates hydrostatic squeeze meaning water won't enter the lung system. But you can choose to introduce water to the lung using a special three-way tap. This allows for both immersed and submerged drowning scenarios set up and lets you train for situations such as pulmonary oedema.
- The manikin is designed to mimic a drowned person in the water - it floats like an unconscious person but can also be weighted to sink or increase the realism of rescue.
- Pockets on arms, legs, chest and back to allow for additional divers weights or equivalent to be added (a maximum of 10kg can be added before the manikin will sink and we would advise the use of a buoyancy aid if you plan to add any more weight to the manikin).
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation - chest compression - 5-6 cm with built-in recoil.
- Supplied with easy drain wellingtons and soft shoes to allow military uniforms to be dressed over the carcass.
- Anatomically correct weight distribution for the ‘feel’ of a real casualty.
- Dry weight 50 kgs in total (with soft feet) or 52 kgs (with wellington boots).